Linux for blind general discussion
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Tue Aug 31 21:32:55 UTC 2021
Also, by default it uses the lts kirnel and not the latest kernel. I
don't think there is a way to fix this. I think there should be a way to
chuse which kernel you want, but either way iIt I think it is great for
soomeone whoo is getting started, but you can get around this drive size
problem by manually creatting your partitions if you know what you are
doing, but I think you should bwe able to just use the remaining space by
On Tue, 31 Aug 2021, Linux for blind general discussion wrote:
> It can't do an install for a command line so it is necessary to choose a
> Several warnings get thrown by the script but the script continues to
> I think if I do this again and pick a desktop the install will work
> Partitions are made small sizes and this is on a disk with 240G of space.
> Maybe that could be improved so more of the disk gets used by partitions.
> No option to create and use a swap file rather than a swap partition is
> available yet.
> The script could probably install budgie as a desktop choice if worked.
> When I installed stuff I put xorg on the system along with fonts and maybe
> if I had left desktop and xorg off this might have come up in command line
> mode. I'll check that out time permitting.
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